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Praim to showcase its new line of highly efficient Thin Clients and Imprivata OneSign integration at IP EXPO

-IT vendor targets UK market at the UK's number one IT infrastructure event-

London, UK: 9 October 2012 - Praim, the global vendor and designer of Thin Client solutions, will make its UK debut at IP EXPO on 17 and 18 October at London's Earls Court 2, showcasing its latest hardware platforms and most recent software integrations.

Praim, which officially launched in the UK in August, will draw the attention of attendees with its latest Series of Thin Clients "Ino SoC" and "Compact Dual Core". Praim will also showcase its most recent integration with the appliances for strong authentication developed by US partner, Imprivata.

Praim's new series of Ino SoC Thin Clients based on ARM's new 1GHz TI DM8148, integrating the latest generation of Systems-on-Chip technology developed by Texas Instruments, will be shown on stand A68 at this year's IP EXPO. The processor boasts 3D graphics, full HD resolution and optimised DSP for Citrix HDX and Microsoft Remote FX protocols thanks to the integrated GPU. The device blends together the great user, multimedia experience with the highly affordable System-on-Chip architecture, providing exceptional performance at an entry-level price.

On Praim's stand at IP EXPO, the new Compact dual core Series based on a VIA Eden X2 dual core 1GHz processor will also be showcased. Consistent with Praim's green philosophy, the new Compact Dual Core Series, thanks to the entirely new platform offers great performance in a power efficient solution. Depending on user requirements, it will be available for the entire range of Praim Operating Systems, including Praim ThinOX, Windows XPe SP3, Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP1 and Windows CE 6.0R2.

The high manageability of ThinOX will be shown in action together with Praim ThinMan management console, and its high- flexibility will be demoed in partnership with Imprivata. The integration with Imprivata OneSign will show the benefits of a quick, easy and secure No Click Access to Virtual Desktops. Attendees will see a demonstration of how to authenticate securely to Citrix XenDesktop / XenApp with HDX™, VMware View with PCoIP® and Microsoft RDS with RDP with a simple "tap" of an ID proximity badge.

Praim UK sales manager Alessio Broccardo said: "We are confident the model that brought us to be the leader in Italy can be replicated here in England. Our technology and quality is valued across the world and IP EXPO will be the perfect platform to show it to the UK market."

IP EXPO, the UK's number one IT infrastructure event, will feature the latest solutions for IP Networks, Wireless, Storage, Virtualization, Cloud Computing and Security. This year's show will look at key themes including Cloud and Network Security, BYOD and Big Data as the IT department continues to grow and change.

Visitors can personalise their experience at this year's IP EXPO by creating their own agenda through MY VISIT. Attendees can go online, download the mobile app and plan their day at the show. In addition, independent consultants will be available on the MY VISIT stand during the event to give attendees tailored advice on the seminars and exhibitors suitable for their specific needs.

Register for IP EXPO for free by 16 October 2012 at http://ipexpo.co.uk/Register.

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About Imago Techmedia
IP EXPO is an Imago Techmedia event.

With more than 10 years' experience, Imago Techmedia is a specialist in technology events and online resources and is renowned for bringing together expert knowledge, technology and communication specialists and business leaders at events such as Unified Communications Expo.

These cutting edge events showcase new market solutions and give exhibitors and visitors alike an innovative, compelling and cost-effective experience with practical and thought-provoking advice and information.

About Praim
Praim was founded in 1987 in Trento, where the corporate headquarter, R&D, logistics, production, sales and marketing activities for both the EU and extra-EU markets are still situated.

Praim is a global vendor of Thin Clients, Print Servers and Printer Interfaces environments, Enterprise Printing Solutions, Electronic Forms Solutions, and Specialized Embedded Systems.

With nearly 1 million user installations between North America and Europe, over the years the company has firmly established itself as one of the major player on a worldwide scale. Its products ranging from Terminal, Display Stations and Printing Solutions market for IBM Midrange and Mainframe environments to the most modern solutions for client-server architectures.

Among its customers, Praim boasts major Italian and international private and public corporations operating in various markets ranging from manufacturing, large-scale retail trade, logistics, finance, pharmaceutical and health care. Praim has always acknowledged that part of its success is due to the several marketing, trading and technological partnerships undertaken with the most important System Integrators including Citrix, IBM, Microsoft and VMware.

The corporate headquarter is located in Trento, Italy and a new office has been recently opened in London (United Kingdom).

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